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Kangana Ranaut starrer ‘Thalaivii’ to now release in theatres on September 10; see new poster – Eagles Vine

The Kangana Ranaut starrer ‘Thalaivii’ which was initially scheduled to release on 23rd April earlier this year, has now announced to hit the theatres worldwide on 10th September 2021.

Announcing the new release date, Kangana took to Instagram and wrote, “The story of this iconic personality deserves to be witnessed only on the BIG SCREEN! Pave way, for #Thalaivii as she is all set to make a superstar entry into the world of cinema, yet again, a place where she has always belonged! Thalaivii IN CINEMAS near you on 10th September! #ThalaiviiOnTheBigScreen #ThalaiviiInTheatres” Take a look:

Producer Vishnu Vardhan Induri in a statement shared, “Thalaivii has traced an extensive journey with eternal experiences at every turn. As the theatres are reopening across the nation, we are very excited that fans can enjoy the grand experience of the legend’s life on the silver screen. Jayalalithaa has always belonged to the cinema and bringing her story alive on the big screen was the only way to pay homage to this great legend and revolutionary leader.”

Based on the life of late politician and actress J Jayalalithaa, ‘Thalaivii’ depicts the varied aspects of her life, tracing her journey as an actress at a young age to becoming the Face of Tamil Cinema as well as the rise of the revolutionary leader that changed the course of Tamil Nadu Politics.

Earlier, Kangana left everyone stunned with her transformation as the late politician. The trailer and songs were loved by the audience.

‘Thalaivii’ is set to release in theatres worldwide in Hindi, Tamil and Telegu on 10th September, 2021.

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